Gold ore, remote fortress, an inaccessible spot
Bezer was located east of the Jordan River in the tribe of Reuben's territory. It was designated not only a Levitical city but also one of Israel's six refuge cities.
Deuteronomy 4:43, Joshua 20:8, 21:36, 1Chronciles 6:78, 7:37
In my bodies
Ezra 2:2, 14, 8,14, Nehemiah 7:7, 19, 10,16
Bildad was one of Job's three friends who criticized him after several calamities came upon him.
Job 2:11, 8:1, 18:1, 25:1, 42:9
Not of the people, foreigner
1Chronicles 24:14, Nehemiah 12:5, 18
Bilhah was a slave girl Laban gave to his daughter Rachel. After Rachel married Jacob, and discovered she was barren, she gave Bilhah to her husband in order to produce children. She produce Israelite sons named Dan and Naphtali.
Bilhah was also the name of a city located within the tribe of Simeon's territory.
Genesis 29:29, 30:3 - 7, 35:22, 25, 37:2, 46:25, 1Chronicles 4:29, 7:13
Their decrepitude, timid
Genesis 36:27, 1Chronicles 1:42, 7:10
Ezra 2:2, Nehemiah 7:7
Ezra 8:33, 10:30, 38, Nehemiah 3:24, 7:15, 10:9, 12:8
Birsha was the name of Gomorrah's king at the time of Abraham.
Craggy spot, division, cleft, ravine
Bithron was a city located east of the Jordan River near Mahanaim.
King Ishbosheth, Saul's son, ruled over all of Israel except Judah, which was governed by King David. Abner, the head of Ishbosheth's army, and Joab, the head of David's army, sometimes clashed over who had the right to rule all of God's people. Joab caused Abner to retreat and flee to the east side of the Jordan, passing through Bithron, for safety.